Each year we host Decolonizing Our Minds (DOM) with the aim of creating a space where Equity Studies students and members of the community can identify and interrogate the ways in which different marginalized groups practice resistance. This year, we want to engage you in an exploration of the intersectionality of resistance and oppression, with a special focus on conceptualizing life as the most dynamic form of protest and its parallel narrative of death as a galvanizing force for activism.
featuring keynote speaker Dr. Audra Simpson, associate professor of anthropology, columbia university.
doors open at 11:30AM // opening remarks at 12:00PM
this is a free event. lunch and refreshments provided. please register in advance to reserve a seat and meal option.
asl + accessible space | all gender washrooms available | all bodies welcome
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with support from: African Students' Assoc., African Studies Course Union, African Studies Dept., Assoc. of Part-time Students, Arts & Science Students' Union, Black Students' Assoc., Centre for Aboriginal Initiatives, Centre for Community Partnerships, Equity Studies Program, Hart House Good Ideas Fund, Health Studies Program, New College, New College Student Council, Pan-Am Parallel Programming Series, Political Science Dept., Sexual Diversity Studies Student Union, Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE) - UT, University College, University of Toronto International Health Program, University of Toronto Students' Union, Women and Gender Studies Student Union